Welcome to Virtual Concert Halls!
We are a team of four professional musicians who provide our clients an opportunity to share their talents and hard work on our Virtual Concert Halls stage.
Current situation shut down physical performance venues. This project was born out of our desire to keep going, and not give up what we value.
We believe that live performances are very important for performers and for their growth. We stand together in the current difficult situation and continue to share our clients performances and shows.
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Scriptwriter and Host
Anna Ouspenskaya is one of the most recognized performing artists of the Washington, D.C. area. In 1991 she made her first trip to the United States, winning Second Prize in the Bach International Piano Competition in Washington, DC. Since that year Anna was coming to US every year to perform and give master classes which took her to 18 states. In 1993, Ms. Ouspenskaya became a finalist at the Bach International Piano Competition in Germany. She made her first CD in with Altarus records, and her second is on its way on Ramsey records. Both CDs represent Russian music: the 1st of Rodion Shchedrin and the 2nd of Rachmaninoff and Tchaikovsky.An established chamber musician, Ms. Ouspenskaya has since performed with principal members of the Philadelphia Orchestra, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra and Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra.
Native of Yaroslavl, Russia, Anna was born to a family of professional musicians. At the age of seven she made her debut with the Yaroslavl Philharmonic playing Haydn’s Piano Concerto in D Major. She graduated from the Moscow Central Music School and earned her Master degree from St. Petersburg Conservatory. Before moving to United States Ms. Ouspenskaya worked at Dudelange Conservatory in Luxembourg, also giving performances in France, Germany, Italy, Belgium and Scotland.
Ms. Ouspenskaya made her Carnegie Hall debut in 1999 and Kennedy Center debut in 2002; she performed Saint-Saens Fourth Piano Concerto and Tchaikovsky’s Second Piano Concerto in New York City and Washington, DC.
A committed teacher, Anna holds a private studio in her home, and she is on the piano faculty of Levine School of Music in Washington, DC. Her students won numerous awards in local and state piano competitions. Anna and her Music Studio were featured in the TV show Rock Your Block.
Fedor Ouspensky started taking violin lessons at the age of 5 at the Levine School of Music in Washington, DC. He studied with Naoko Tanaka at the Juilliard School, Oleg Rylatko at the National Symphony Orchestra Fellowship program, and with Aaron Rosand privately. He also studied conducting with Maestro Mark McCoy and Maestro Glaser.
In 2012 and 2013 Fedor was invited by Maestro Lorin Maazel to join the first violins section in the Castleton Festival Orchestra, the youngest ever musician to hold a position in that orchestra. He performed publicly at such prestigious venues as Carnegie Weill Recital Hall in New York and the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. Since age 12 Fedor has been giving full program solo recitals.Fedor held a position of the Assistant Concertmaster of the Bel Cantanti Opera (2012-2014), a professional opera company in Maryland with fully staged performances in Washington DC area of Rossini’s Barber of Seville; Mozart Cosi Fan Tutti, Puccini’s Madama Butterfly among other operas. For five years prior he was a concertmaster of three orchestras of the American Youth Philharmonic.Fedor is a devout promoter of classical music: in 2009 he became one of the founding performer-members of Arts Are For All Ages, a non-profit organization in the Washington DC area, which provided classical music concerts to retirement communities.Teaching young musicians is another of Fedor’s passions: he has taught students of different ages and levels, he also coached young violinists in preparation for youth and school orchestra auditions. Fedor loves methodical approach to teaching, and he has built a system of individual plans and written follow-up assignments which he gives to his students to help them make better use of their practicing time.
Frane Rusinovic is a Croatian-American pianist born in Split, Croatia. He started playing piano at the age of 9 and has been pursuing a career as a concert pianist ever since.
At the age of 10, he moved to the United States with his family, where he studied piano with Anna Ouspenskaya at the Levine School of Music in Washington D.C., earning a Certificate of Distinction. He continued his study as a student of Boris Slutsky at the Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore.At the age of 18, he moved to Germany to study at the Hochschule fur Musik und Tanz Koln where he earned a Bachelors and Masters degree in piano performance. There, he studied with Dr. Florence Millet and graduated in the class of Jacob Leuschner.
Frane has performed at numerous recitals and master classes with renowned world pianists such as Kemal Gekic, Pavel Gililov, Arbo Valdma, Martin Houghs and Arkady Aronov. He took part in and won many local and national piano competitions, performing at Merkin Hall, Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York, and the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. In recent years, he has continued performing all across Europe: Dusseldorf, Hannover, Amsterdam, Berlin, Vienna, Split, and more.
Frane currently resides in northern Virginia and is actively performing as a soloist, with chamber music ensembles, and with several jazz combos.
Igor Zubkovsky started playing cello in his native Russia. He won top prizes at international competitions, including the International Cello Competition in Minsk, Belarus (II prize), and the Tansman Competition in Lodz, Poland (Grand Prix). As a member of The Brahms Trio in Moscow, he won Second Prize at the Trapani, Italy and First Prize at the Weimar, Germany International Chamber Music Competitions.With a remarkable record of performances, awards and academic distinctions, Mr. Zubkovsky was awarded a full scholarship to the Peabody Conservatory of Music where he earned a Graduate Performance Diploma. Since 2003 he has been a member of the Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra, and continues to perform extensively as a soloist and chamber musician. He has appeared at Merkin Concert Hall in New York, at the prestigious Newport Music Festival, and has since performed recitals in Massachusetts and at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. Live recordings of those concerts are frequently broadcast on TV and over the Internet.
Recent engagements include performances of the Brahms Double Concerto with the West Chester University Orchestra and Tchaikovsky Rococo Variations with the Altoona Symphony. He has since performed in a series of chamber music concerts in Paris with the Marquis ensemble as well as at the Moscow Conservatory Rachmaninov Hall. Trio concerts with Anna Ouspenskaya and Elisabeth Adkins (as part of the Levine Presents series) were aired on WETA, Washington Classical Music Radio station. Mr. Zubkovsky is the author of numerous arrangements and transcriptions of duets and trios featuring the cello. He premiered the Cello Sonata by Isaac Mikhnovsky and has several CD recordings to his credit.
Steve Robinson is an American radio manager, producer and executive producer. He has held senior management positions with numerous American radio stations, including WFMT and the WFMT Radio Network/Chicago, WBUR/Boston, WGBH/Boston, WCRB/Boston, KPFA/Berkeley, WBGO/Newark, Vermont Public Radio and Nebraska Public Radio Network.ork. Robinson served as general manager of the statewide Nebraska Public Radio Network (1990-2000) and WFMT and the WFMT Radio Network from 2000 until October 2016.
A 50-year radio veteran, he has produced programs ranging from classical music documentaries to public affairs programs and has directed over 100 on-air pledge drives.
In 1984, he co-founded AIR, the Association of Independents in Radio, a service organization to assist independent radio producers in the United States. Robinson wrote AIR’s first two successful grants from the New York State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Throughout his career, Robinson has produced dozens of radio programs that have been heard throughout the world, including live broadcasts from Salzburg, Austria (on the occasion of Mozart’s 250th birthday); Durbin, South Africa (for the world premiere for the opera, “Princess Magogo); Quebec City, Canada (for a live broadcast of Mahler’s Symphony of a Thousand with 1000 performers); Jerusalem, Israel (for a broadcast from the Jerusalem International Chamber Music Festival); and has produced numerous live broadcasts from Chicago and throughout the U.S.
He has worked with William Schuman, Elliott Carter, Charles Dodge, Roger Reynolds, Alan Hovhaness and other composers on programs about their music. In 2003, he created the daily classical music appreciation radio program, Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin. The series is carried by state networks throughout the world including Australia and China. At the WFMT Radio Network he created the first classical music radio exchange between the United States and China.
In 2000, Robinson became the general manager of WFMT and the WFMT Radio Network. Founded in 1951, WFMT is considered as one of the most admired classical music stations in the U.S. and under his leadership many new programs were added to the local schedule, including Introductions, Impromptu and others. Robinson worked on diversifying the programs of WFMT by expanding the amount of live broadcasting from the station.
One of his most important initiatives at the WFMT Radio Network was the creation of Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin, in 2003. This daily, one-hour music appreciation program is heard on over 60 U.S. stations and has a weekly audience of over 400,000 unique listeners. The program is also heard in Australia, Guam, the Philippines and in Beijing. Initial funding for Exploring Music was provided by the National Endowment for the Arts with additional funding from individuals and foundations.
The station under his leadership focused on live music by broadcasting a wide array of local Chicago groups and ensembles. In 2007, the Chicago Tribune named him “Chicagoan of the Year” in the arts.
In 2015, he executed a cross-cultural broadcast relationship between America and China by exporting to China for the first time broadcasting concerts by the NY Philharmonic, LA Philharmonic, San Francisco Symphony, Dallas Symphony, Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall. He also arranged for concerts from the Shanghai Spring International Music Festival and the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra to be exported to the West with broadcasts in the U.S., Canada and Europe.
In 2004 and again in 2010, Robinson created and produced two, live, 17-hour fundraising campaigns involving all Chicago radio and TV stations to aid victims of the tsunami in southeast and the earthquake in Haiti. Each campaign raised over $3 million. Robinson received two Wesbury Award from the American Red Cross of Greater Chicago for the fundraising campaigns.[
In 2008, Robinson and Bill McGlaughlin received the Dushkin Award for Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin from the Music Institute of Chicago. He has received local and national awards for his work in Chicago, including the Champion Award from the Merit School of Music, the ASCAP/Deems Taylor Award for creative programming and others.
Margaret studied English and Modern Languages at King’s College, Cambridge where she was heavily involved in the music scene playing co-principal double bass in the university music society’s first orchestra. She was a contemporary of a number of notable performers and composers including George Benjamin, Joanna MacGregor (with whom she performed in “The Threepenny Opera”), Gerald Finley and Mark Padmore.
She went on to qualify as a solicitor, practising international shipping law in the City and then moving the United States where she specialised in international corporate law on Wall Street. After moving to the Boston area with her family, she joined the faculty of Harvard University where she won two awards for excellence in teaching from the Derek Bok Institute for Education.
Returning to the UK she worked as a writer and translator (she has published three children’s and YA books) as well as serving as academic director at a prestigious summer school at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford.
Margaret also has enjoyed a successful career as a consultant in public sector construction and procurement acting as partnering adviser and project manager on a number of large infrastructure projects for the Ministry of Justice and several major councils across the country.
More recently she worked as Head of Market Intelligence for a major international law firm advising on policy and strategy as well as editing several newsletters for their marine, trade and energy business group.
In 2017 she was selected to join a small, but diverse cohort of business people from across the country on the CBI’s Executive Leadership Programme which took her to into the heart of government and policy making in Westminster, Brussels and Washington.
Margaret continues to play the double bass, sitting as section principal in the Hull Philharmonic Orchestra, for which she also serves as an executive committee member. She is involved in various other local music societies and festivals including Hull Chamber Music.
She currently serves as a local councillor and was Town Mayor of Beverley in 2012/13. She uses her position to promote the arts, especially music education for young people.
When she is not playing music to relax, Margaret is making a name for herself on the stand-up comedy circuit and has appeared in London and New York as well at venues across the North of England. She is winner of the Rising Stars Comedy Club Audience Award.
Margaret speaks fluent German as well as being competent in a number of other languages (including Indonesian).
Graphic And Video Designer
32 / freelancer / motion graphic, videography and photography
Hi, I am Frane Miro Dobrović from Split, Croatia.
I am a motion graphic designer, videographer and photographer with 3+ years of experience and owner of dPhoto Studio brand.
Phone: +385 92 289 7458
Producer, Program Manager
“My belief is that there is a hungry audience out there waiting to be inspired and touched by the music that today’s composer has to offer all we need to do is reach them.”
– Robert Voisey –
He founded Vox Novus in 2000 and created the American Composers Timeline.
Voisey is a Producer of “60×60” project founded in 2003 and premiered at Under St. Mark’s Theater. Over a decade Robert Voisey has brought the 60×60 project to hundreds of venues across the globe including New York City’s World Financial Center Winter Garden Atrium, Stratford Circus, the Sheldon for the American Art Experience in St. Louis, In 2008, he created a short live experimental video screening series called XMV which was presented at Collective: Unconscious. And in 2009, he created the Fifteen Minutes of Fame project.
In 2011 Voisey became the Organizational Advancement Director for the Electronic Music Midwest festival.
In 2001 he established the Composer’s Voice Concert Series. This series has been housed in a range of venues in New York City including South Oxford Space in Brooklyn, The Gershwin Hotel, Under St. Mark’s Theater, Collective: Unconscious, Christ St. Stephen’s Church, and most recently found its home at Jan Hus Church.
In 2002, Robert Voisey became the vice President of the Living Music Foundation.
Ante Božić-Kudrić (born in Split, Croatia 1990) is a composer and pianist.He gained elementary and secondary music education in the music school “Josip Hatze” in Split in the class of professor Valentina Štrbac-Čičerić.He graduated his piano education from the Academy of Music of the University of Zagreb in the class of Ante Milić in 2012.
He has won awards at several competitions for young pianists in Croatia.During his schooling he attended seminars and distinguished pedagogues (Valdma, Kämmerling, Simone, Bogino, Krpan, Inđić).In addition to composing after his studies, he performed on numerous concerts, he has worked as piano accompanist in the ballet studio and with singers, as a piano teacher both in school and in private, and as piano accompanist for the National Theatre in Split for operas and musicals, also performing with the orchestra.
From 2014 Ante is actively engaged in composition.He composed music for the animated short film “From the Depths” in 2014.It won the award for Best Animated Short Film of the children’s jury in 2014 at the Olympia International Film Festival.
He composed his first major work in 2014 “Suite for two Violins and Piano” which had its premiere in the small Lisniski Hall in Zagreb in 2015.With the commision from the Dutch Grieg Piano Duo in 2018 he composed his “Rhapsody for Piano Duet” which was premiered by the Grieg Piano Duo at the Piano Loop Festival in 2019 in Split. Of his smaller works there is a song “Oblak” for tenor or soprano on the text of Dobriša Cesarić, two colorful vocalizes for soprano, Serenade and Minuet for the double bass. In 2019 he composed Album for the Young which consists of 72 progressive pieces of difficulty intended for the young piano players as well as players that are on intermediate and advanced level of playing.
Host, Script Writer, and Social Media Manager
Celebrated for his ‘intimate dialogue between him…and the audience’ (Barrie Examiner), Chris Au is a 1st Prizewinner of the 2020 Sound Espressivo Global Competition (specializing in the Music Ambassador Category), Prizewinner of the 2020 Texas State International Piano Concerto Competition, Semi-Finalist of the 2020 Maestro Art Taiwan International Piano Competition, and Prizewinner of the 2016 Shean Piano Competition.
Since his return to Sydney, he has presented Charity Concerts to raise money for Arthritis NSW and raise awareness to Auto-Immune Chronic Diseases and to encourage others who may be suffering. So far, he has raised over $4000. His virtual concerts with Virtual Concert Halls and Polyphony Arts have been internationally acclaimed. Most recently, he was invited by the Honourable Margaret Beazley AC QC to perform at the New South Wales Government House.
Chris Au was born in Hong Kong and raised in Sydney, Australia. He began serious studies at the age of 14 upon his acceptance in the studio of renowned Australian pedagogue Margaret Hair. He has since received accolades such as 1st Prize in the 2010 Sydney Eisteddfod Recital Award and at the Parramatta Eisteddfod.
His progress was significantly hindered for a few years when he was diagnosed with Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis at the age of 16. Under the care of Dr. Jeffrey Chaitow, he continues to take a weekly biologic injection that keeps his condition under control.
His first musical experience overseas brought him to Germany, where he won the Audience 1st Prize at the 2010 Klaviersommer Bad Bertrich whilst under the tutelage of Professor John Perry. Inspired by this experience, Chris began to pursue a career in music.
Chris began his Undergraduate studies at The Colburn School with Ory Shihor, and continued them John Perry and David Louie at the Glenn Gould School of Music of the Royal Conservatory of Music, Toronto. There, he also attained his Artist Diploma. During that time, he was generously sponsored by the Full-Tuition Joan and Jerry Lozinski Scholarship, and has performed in Koerner Hall.
In May of 2020, Chris completed his Masters of Music Degree with Jean Saulnier and Jeanne Amiele at the University of Montreal. He is currently pursuing his D.E.P.A. at the University of Montreal with Jean Saulnier and Charles Richard-Hamelin.
He has won scholarships to many summer festivals including the Banff Centre, the Orford Music Festival, the John Perry Academy, the Gijon International Piano Festival, the International Holland Music Sessions, and the Kawai Sydney International Piano Festival. He has had the great opportunity to work in Masterclasses with legendary artists such as Menahem Pressler, Leon Fleisher, Richard Goode, Krzysztof Jablonski, Daniel Shapiro, Anton Nel, Andre Leplante, Marc Durand, Marietta Orlov, and Robert McDonald.
His inspired performances have secured multiple re-engagements particularly at the Barrie Concert Association, where he is a regular guest artist of the Midday with Shigeru Concert Series, as well as their Pianofest. He is also a regular guest artist at both Concerts@100 of Toronto and Clearly Musical Home Concerts.
Chris also works at Virtual Concert Halls as Live Broadcast Host, Social Media Manager, and Judge of the 2021 Sound Espressivo Global Competition.
Tom Cummins represents and counsels clients facing a wide range of legal challenges. His practice focuses on contract disputes, fraud claims, and business torts.
Widely recognized as an outstanding choice for those involved in complex litigation, Tom has been selected by clients and fellow lawyers, and met the stringent SuperLawyers selection criteria, as a top-rated attorney in both Virginia and the District of Columbia.
Previously, Tom was a senior associate at a leading international firm. There, he focused on high-stakes commercial disputes, class actions, derivative actions, and cybersecurity litigation. Before entering private practice, he clerked for state and federal judges.
Tom attended the George Mason University School of Law, graduating magna cum laude. While in law school, he was an articles editor on the law review. Before law school, Tom was a master captain in the U.S. Merchant Marines. He is the author of several books, including Virginia Contract Defenses and Virginia Contract Law.
Business Consultant And Talent Acquisition
Lena Khandros has over 20 years of senior experience in global marketing, communications, and strategic program management. From New York to Singapore, her progressive and successful career in the corporate world (American Express in New York, Standard Chartered Bank and JP Morgan in Singapore), combined with her extensive experience in the non-profit performing arts sector (Brooklyn Center for the Performing arts in Brooklyn, the Intercultural Theatre Institute in Singapore), are the bedrock on which Momentum Artists is built.
Lena is not only passionate about the arts and culture, but has also volunteered her skills and time to the Arts & Business Council of New York, 92nd Street Y, as well as the Over the Rainbow Foundation in Singapore. “Music has always been an essential part of my life,” says Lena. “Even prior to launching Momentum Artists—and often times pro-bono—I’d end up helping my musician-friends in a managerial capacity to grow and develop their careers.”
Lena holds an MA in Performing Arts Administration from New York University and a BA in Music Education from Kiev Pedagogical College. She is a graduate of the Kauffman Foundation’s FastTracNewVenture Program, and a certified Innovation Coach. Read more about Lena on LinkedIn – and feel free to reach out and connect.
Irma De Jong
Managing director and founder of Cicerone Music
Irma de Jong is the Managing director and founder of Cicerone Music & Art (1998). She works in the classical music field for more than 29 years, starting as PR and marketing assistant at the Limburg Symphony Orchestra Maastricht in 1992. Irma has collaborated with many renowned artists and orchestras. As a project manager, she organised various cultural projects, such as violin competitions, art exhibitions, music events and festivals. These multiple experiences with different working teams created her curiosity for generation management and audience development. It is her passion to (net)work together with different age groups and to look for fruitful working methods.
Irma is also involved in e-learning and is the executive director of iClassical Academy, an online teaching classical music platform created by iClassical Foundation in Switzerland.
Irma holds a Business diploma from the Hanze College Zwolle. She studied and received her certificates in linguistics and musicology at the Dutch Open University of Heerlen and obtained her Public Relations and Marketing diploma at the Dutch Institution for Marketing (NIMA).
Graphic And Web Designer
Jeremiah Wentz grew up outside Baltimore, went to college in Oklahoma, and lived in Virginia and West Virginia for 13 years before finally settling with his family in North Carolina. He has over 15 years experience in the multi-media marketing and graphic design industry, including helping many companies take their first major steps into the world of the internet and integrated marketing.
In addition to running 924design, Jeremiah currently serves as the Director of Digital Marketing & Promotions of a leading homeschooling company. He enjoys playing the guitar, just about any kind of sport, likes ice cream a little too much, and enjoys spending time with his wife and four children, who are all destined to the rule the world one day. In his spare time, you can find Jeremiah either in front of his computer or at the local gym. Except he’s never at the gym. So … try the computer.
Jeremiah has tread upon all five corners of the earth, dreaming deeply and living with reckless, skillful abandon. His voice is like thunder and his touch like a silvery drop of dew, freshly laid upon the grass. He is highly sought for his wisdom, strength, humility and skin samples. He has great hair and a dazzling smile, like Audrey Hepburn kissing a bear. He is strong like daffodil, yet tender like ox. “When you’re raised in the deepest part of the darkest jungle, you can’t help but smell like adventure.”
…we don’t really know what that means. Didn’t expect you to get this far. Terrible at writing your own bios and all that. *clears throat*
Jeremiah also authored the critically-ignored webcomic Chicken & Milk, which, at its heyday, had literally tens of readers worldwide.
Alla Lowery (Krymskaya) started her classical piano education at the age of 4 under her mother, Svetlana Krymskaya, who is remembered as a professional concert pianist and accompanist, a college professor, and a brilliant musicologist on the concert stage, on radio and TV in Russia for over forty years. Alla’s first performance on the local TV studio in Kazan, Russia, Tataria, took place in 1963, when she was 5 years old. At the ages of 10 and 12 Alla was on TV again as a performer, artist and composer. Later in her life Alla was featured on TV a number of times as an author of educational programs as well as a performer.
Alla Lowery earned her bachelor’s degree in classical piano from Kazan State Music College in 1977, and master’s degree in classical piano from Kazan State Conservatory (Academy) in 1983 (the same State musical institution the famous Russian composer Sofia Gubaidulina graduated from).
After graduation she worked for about 15 years as a professor of classical piano performance and ensemble, accompaniment, and piano pedagogy at the State music colleges in Russia and Lithuania, concurrently working as an accompanist there as well. She played in chamber ensembles, accompanied solo instruments, vocalists and choirs for more than two decades. She worked 10 years at Yarolavl Governor’s Academic Symphony Orchestra as a full-time pianist and chief manager of its chamber ensembles.
In 1997 the orchestra purchased Ensoniq KT88, and that was Alla’s first close encounter with a synthesizer. Just around that time Alla had a part-time job as a music teacher at the School for Little Ones (a subdivision of the Provincial College of Yaroslavl), a very loved and famous in the city preschool institution for children aged 3-6. Her first experiments at composing and arranging on the synthesizer were designed for her work with the children at the school. Quirky, cartoonish and children’s music still has a special place in her heart.
In late 2000ths, after more than 30 years of successful career of a classical pianist in Russia and Lithuania, Alla Lowery started working extensively with MIDI and samples, and it eventually became her next specialty. Her life-long professional experience and practical knowledge of the sound of acoustic instruments helped her with mimicking them in MIDI. She has become proficient in working with high-end sample libraries in Cubase.
Since immigrating to the USA in 2005, Alla Lowery continues her work as a private piano teacher, a composer, and a MIDI engineer, taking interest in computers, and producing videos on the side. During last years she has created dozens of pieces in different styles, including a Suite for oboe and symphony orchestra, a number of pieces for piano duet and solo, a collection of pieces for ballet accompanists “The Elements of Ballet”, renditions of famous classical compositions, pieces for oboe, strings, etc. In 2013 AllaLowery’sSiciliana for oboe and orchestra was performed an the Chamber Hall of Ryazan State Philharmonic, Russia. In 2014 Alla Lowery worked with Music Mind Games, making music and designing sounds for Rhythm Solitaire app. Alla collaborated with a number of American musicians and groups, such as TransAtlantic Duo, Capital Kapustnik, Vladimir Gamarnik and YuliaPetrachuk, among others, creating custom renditions and medleys of various pieces.
Producer, director, and social media marketing specialist.
Producer, director, and social media marketing specialist.
Worked as a director for Mediaset TV Italy and collaborated with renowned guests and artists, such as Riccardo Muti, Paolo Limiti, and Annie Lennox. He produced entertainment shows for RAI TV and theatres, for instance, “Notorious,” a Rock/Opera show. He is the Technical and Program Director of iClassical Academy. Gianriccardo is a specialist in web communication and in the last three years developed himself as a social media markteer specialist for music. He produces video entertainment and music video recordings. His long year of experience in filming, directing, and editing online classical music content has been acknowledged and appreciated by many people in the music industry.
Eugene Sidorov, a recording technician and digital media consultant, studied audio and video production at Montgomery College, Maryland, and the University of New Mexico. Eugene has organized, produced, streamed live, and participated in a number of audio and video recording projects. Those ranged from interviews, advertisements, documentaries, student audition tapes, to complete video productions of operas, recitals, and large ensemble concerts while at the Ryazan State Philharmonic Society, Russia, and later at the UNM. Some samples can be found here.
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Drew Kramer owns LUD Marketing LLC out of Baltimore, Maryland. As a musician himself he is passionate about helping other musicians with their online presence. Feel free to chat with him about music, business, or even how to make the best burger ever!